Reclamation Yards London
Reclaimed Brick Solutions was established in 1971 and three generations of the O’Brien family have worked in developing the company with a firm London foundation.
We pride ourselves on giving a personalized service to our clients, irrespective o... read more
Croydon, 150 Canterbury Road, Surrey | London
Encore Reclamation supply's reclaimed wooden flooring and all forms of architectural salvage to London and the rest of the UK.
Visit our website to view our latest stock: http://www.encorereclamation.co.uk/ read more
London, Encore Reclamation, The Old Spratts Factory, 2 Fawe Street., Greater London | London
We specialise in bespoke, reclaimed & hand-crafted flooring. Each board is treated as an individual and worked on independently by hand, it's a slow process. We can customise samples and often work from photographs or interior design descriptions. Av... read more
Stockport, 6a Gorsey Mount St, Cheshire | London
Tomkinson's Stained Glass Ltd are dealers in antique hand painted and leaded stained glass windows.
Our company established in 1975 was first located in Islington (North London) in the restoration of
antique stained glass. Now working from our ho... read more
Luton, 2 Neville Road, Limbury, Bedfordshire | London
Located in North London, we are an experienced source of antique architectural salvage, traditional building materials and artefacts. Visit our showrooms containing also a comprehensive selection of new and reproduction products.
Apart from large ... read more
Enfield, Kings Oak Nursery, Tingeys Top Lane, Middlesex | London
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Secure The Items That You Like Immediately
Another important factor that you should remember when you visit reclamation yards is that when you find something you like either buy it immediately or if you are unable to buy the item immediately check with the owner whether you will be able to secure the item at a deposit so that you can pick up the item a couple of days later or at your next visit. You will have to negotiate with the reclamation yard owner on how much deposit is required to secure the item and how long they will secure the item etc. Have all your questions answered before you leave the yard to avoid unnecessary confusions at a later stage.
It is important to secure the items you like immediately because the items that you find in the reclamation yards are most often items that are one of its kind and you may not be able find such an item elsewhere and some of them also have antique value. So do not miss the opportunity to own your favourite items which you find in the reclamation yards.
Be Prepared To Bargain
When you are shopping at reclamation yards, the prices are not rigid. There is always some room for negotiation and bargain. Remember, the reclamation yards owner gains nothing by having loads of items that do not sell in their yard. The faster they sell the items the better for them. So try to get the deal at the lowest price possible. If you make a couple of visits to reclamation yards you will learn fast how things work here. Do not pick the items blindly at the first quoted price. Bargaining is an art and you will certainly master this art visiting your local reclamation yards regularly. No one will sell a product at a loss. By bargaining you are only reducing the profit margin for the seller. So try to get the best deals possible at the reclamation yards.